Recording Pioneers


Theodor Heinrich Max HAMPE  1877 - 1957   PIONEER    PARENTS    LIFE    NOTES    LABELS    PHOTOS    THANK YOU

PIONEER

Theodor Heinrich Max HAMPE  1877 - 1957

aka Max Hampe, M. Hampe, Theodor Heinrich M. Hampe, Theodor H. M. Hampe, T. H. M. Hampe, T. H. Hampe, Theodor Hampe, T. Hampe
nationality
occupation
birth 26 Aug 1877, Genthin, Kreis Jerichow, GERMANY
baptism
death 3 Jan 1957, Berlin-Steglitz, GERMANY
burial
marriage married on 16 June 1924 in Berlin-Lichterfelde:
Gabriele Josefa Amalie SANDNER

b. .... 1888, .........
d. .... 1969, ...........


PARENTS

father (Friedrich Wilhelm) Otto HAMPE

b. 8 Oct 1844, Potsdam(?), GERMANY
d. ...............) traindriver

mother (Ottilie Amalie) Clara/Klara MOLLENHAUER/MOLDENHAUER

b. 27 Apr 1854, Brandenburg(?), GERMANY
d. ...........) (wife of Otto MULTHAUPT also called "MOLDENHAUER"

marriage they got married on 9 Oct 1873, Genthin, GERMANY
children
  • Theodor Albert Erich

    b. 1 Sep 1874, Genthin, GERMANY
    d. ............

  • Ernst Otto Paul

    b. 20 Dec 1875, Genthin, GERMANY
    d. ............

  • Theodor Heinrich Max

    b. 26 Aug 1877, Genthin, Kreis Jerichow, GERMANY
    d. 3 Jan 1957, Berlin-Steglitz, GERMANY

  • Georg Franz

    b. 19 Sep 1879, Genthin, Kreis Jerichow, GERMANY - baptized 6 Nov 1879
    d. ...............

  • Carl Georg

    b. 23 Apr 1882, Genthin, GERMANY
    d. 12 Jan 1883, Genthin, GERMANY

  • Bertha Elisabeth Helene

    b. 22 Jan 1884, Genthin, GERMANY
    d. ..............

  • Martha Therese Elisabeth

    b. 26 Mar 1886, Genthin, GERMANY
    d. ..............


LIFE


recorder (q/r/s)

resident recording expert of The Gramophone Company in India between 1911 and 1913 (source; Kinnear)


NOTES

  • Immortalised on Wax - Professional Folk Musicians and Their Gramophone Recordings Made in Sarajevo, 1907 and 1908 by Risto Pekka Pennanen (online article at www.phonomuseum.at)


COMPANIES & LABELS



PHOTOS

Max Hampe and W. Sinkler Darby, Bombay, Feb 1905
Bruno Seidler- Winkler (piano) and Jan Kubelik (violin) during a recording.
In the background: recording engineer Max Hampe.



THANK YOU


Wulf-Ekkehard Lucke